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  • Back-to-school demand not as good as expected in 2013

    The back-to-school season is one of the major sales events of the PC industry; however, related demand in 2013 is weaker than expected, causing channle retailers having troubles digesting their inventories.

    Last update: Monday 9 September 2013

  • Notebook brand vendors' 2014 RFQ

    Notebook brand vendors have mostly finished their notebook request for quoating process, leaving Acer, the only one still has not yet finished it.

    Last update: Friday 6 September 2013

  • Microsoft buys out Nokia

    Microsoft has recently announced to acquire smartphone vendor Nokia and the move is expected to help the software giant to expand in the smartphone market.

    Last update: Friday 6 September 2013

  • SEMICON Taiwan 2013

    SEMICON Taiwan 2013 will takes palce from September 4-6. It will feature more than 650 exhibitors, and more than 110 speakers from technology companies and research organizations.

    Last update: Friday 6 September 2013

  • Touch Taiwan 2013

    Touch Taiwan 2013 exhibition will take place from August 28-30 in Taipei and will feature major players in the industry, such as Sharp, Truly Optoelectronics, China Star Optoelectronics (CSOT), and AGC Display Glass.

    Last update: Tuesday 3 September 2013

  • Not too quiet

    HTC has raised some eyebrows following the launch of its new ad campaign featuring Robert Downey Jr, and an intrigue over an alleged theft of trade secrets.

    Last update: Monday 2 September 2013

  • LED lighitng developments in the market

    Demand for LED lighting products-including spot lights, LED luminaries, street lights, LED light bulbs and fluorescent tubes-will reach 90 million in 2016, increasing the global penetration for LED lighting applications...

    Last update: Monday 2 September 2013

  • Intel's fightback with Bay Trail-T and new Haswell

    Intel is expected to release its new Bay Trail-T platform for tablets and new entry-level/mid-range Haswell processors in September. Through the Bay Trail-T platform, Intel is hoping to gain an equal footing against ARM...

    Last update: Friday 30 August 2013

  • Wearable IT devices

    As the notebook industry is gradually seeing weakening demand, PC players are turning to develop wearable IT devices, hoping to achieve growth

    Last update: Monday 26 August 2013

  • Ultra HD TV panel development

    Ultra HD TV panels are a hot topic for the TV industry in 2013, but market observers have mixed views as to how far they will penetrate into the market. This topic looks at the developments and market outlook for the technology...

    Last update: Friday 23 August 2013

  • How prevalent will touch screen notebooks be in 2013?

    Touch panel makers originally had high hopes for the development of touch screen notebooks in 2013, but due to less-than-expected popularity for Windows coupled with increasing competition from tablet vendors, the market...

    Last update: Thursday 22 August 2013

  • New Surfaces to surface?

    Microsoft is reportedly ready to release its second-generation Surfaces in September or October and is currently working on clearing its first-generation models' inventory

    Last update: Wednesday 21 August 2013

  • OLED TVs: Can they pull through and be the next super technology in the TV market?

    OLED TVs are being regarded as the next ultime TV viewing technology. However, due to low yields for the technology and high costs, pricing for OLED TVs are currently very high in the market, which is drastically limitng...

    Last update: Tuesday 20 August 2013

  • Micron after Elpida purchase

    Micron Technology, which completed its acquisition of Elpida on July 31, said the company will put profits first instead of fighting for market share.

    Last update: Thursday 15 August 2013

  • Rise of the Chromebooks

    In addition to Acer, Asustek Computer has also recently decided to enter the Chromebook market, hoping to find new business opportunity from the IT market.

    Last update: Wednesday 14 August 2013

  • China suppliers, new enemies of the Taiwan IT industry?

    As China-based OEMs/ODMs and component suppliers are gradually achieving improvements in their technologies and are outmatching Taiwan players in terms of costs and flexibility, Taiwan's IT industry is now facing a serious...

    Last update: Wednesday 14 August 2013

  • Intel going all out for 2-in-1 business opportunities

    Intel has been aggressively promoting its 2-in-1 product plan and has hosted several conferences in hoping to push vendors to release related products.

    Last update: Tuesday 6 August 2013

  • Taipei Computer Application Show 2013

    Taipei Computer Application Show 2013 is hosting from August 1-5 in Taipei, Taiwan and is the largest PC promotion activity of Taiwan in the summer.

    Last update: Monday 5 August 2013

  • Touchscreen notebooks seeing weak demand

    As channel retailers have turned to place their focuses on clearing up their Ivy Bridge-based notebooks, touchscreen notebooks seem to have lost their loves.

    Last update: Wednesday 31 July 2013

  • Xbox one, PS4 to take the center stage of the gaming market

    Microsoft and Sony are set to release their latest game consoles for the year-end holidays of 2013 and are seeing strong pre-orders currently.

    Last update: Tuesday 30 July 2013

  • Second-generation Nexus 7 made its arrival

    Google and Asustek Computer's co-branded Nexus 7 has made its debut on July 25.

    Last update: Thursday 25 July 2013

  • Samsung reportedly to outsource more chips

    Samsung Electronics reportedly is looking to expand the purchase of memory products, including mobile DRAM chips and eMMC NAND devices, from outside.

    Last update: Thursday 11 July 2013

  • DRAM market grows up

    The global DRAM market has entered a new phase in its evolution, as a fundamental shift from PCs to mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets is underway.

    Last update: Monday 1 July 2013

  • Solar wafer prices to rise in 2H13

    Solar wafer firms in Taiwan expects prices to increase due to the possible shortage in second-half 2013

    Last update: Wednesday 26 June 2013

  • 2013 LED Lighting Taiwan

    Taiwan-based firms participated in 2013 LED Lighting Taiwan

    Last update: Tuesday 25 June 2013

  • Computex Taipei 2013 heats up

    Over 1,700 exhibitors occupying 5,000 booths are showcasing their latest products at one of the world's leading ICT event.

    Last update: Monday 10 June 2013

  • What company executives say at Computex 2013

    Executives talk about their companies, products and the markets.

    Last update: Thursday 6 June 2013

  • 2013 Taiwan International Lighting Show

    The 2013 Taiwan International Lighting Show was held in Taipei, Taiwan, from March 26-29, 2013.

    Last update: Thursday 11 April 2013

  • Micron reaches deal to acquire Elpida

    Micron Technology and Elpida Memory's trustees have reached an agreement for Micron to acquire Elpida. Micron also announced a separate agreement with Powerchip Technology and certain of its affiliates to acquire the Powerchip...

    Last update: Monday 1 April 2013

  • Taiwan DRAM firms mull fab sales

    Taiwan-based DRAM chipmakers including Powerchip Technology and ProMOS Technologies are considering selling fabs in order to preserve cash and strengthen their financial structures.

    Last update: Thursday 28 March 2013

  • Samsung foundry biz expanding

    Specializing in the manufacture of memory chips and LCD panels, Samsung's component operations are undergoing a focus shift to advanced process design fabrication targeting mobile communications applications. The move will...

    Last update: Tuesday 26 March 2013

  • Sunset for Suntech?

    China-based large-size solar firm Suntech Power Holdings failed to pay back US$541 million in convertible notes on March 15 and announced the insolvency measure for its China subsidiary, Wuxi Suntech on March 20.

    Last update: Friday 22 March 2013

  • Full HD handset panel

    Panel makers are gearing up to produce Full HD applications for high-end smartphones.

    Last update: Tuesday 19 March 2013

  • Japan earthquake

    Japan is facing its worst crisis since the end of World War II. The devastating earthquake, tsunami and the threat of a meltdown at a nuclear power plant have not only caused heavy casualties and severe damage, but also...

    Last update: Wednesday 13 March 2013

  • Apple reportedly to shift processor orders away from Samsung

    Rumors have circulated for a while that Apple is looking to reduce its dependency on Samsung Electronics as a major chip supplier due to the two's direct competition in the smartphone and tablet PC markets.

    Last update: Wednesday 27 February 2013

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